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David Starkey's Music and Monarchy, Episode 1, Crown and Choir
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directed by Peter Sweasey, fl. 1993; composed by John Dowland, 1563-1626, William Byrd, 1540-1623, Thomas Tallis, Robert Wylkynson, Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547, Walter Lambe, 1450-1504, John Dunstaple, 1390-1453, Henry V, King of England, 1386-1422, Sir William Walton, 1902-1983 and George Frideric Handel, 1685-1759; conducted by David Skinner, Stephen Cleobury, 1948-, David Flood, Tim Johnson, Andrew Litton, 1959- and James O'Donnell, 1961-; presented by David Starkey, 1945-; produced by Peter Sweasey, fl. 1993, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Clare Wilkinson, David Miller, William Lyons and Andrew Lawrence-King, Westminster Abbey Choir, Fretwork, Eton College Chapel Choir, Choir of Canterbury Cathedral, St. James Baroque, The Band of the Life Guards, Alamire and Choir of King's College, Cambridge, in David Starkey's Music and Monarchy, Episode 1 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2013), 59 mins
In this sumptuous four-part series, renowned historian David Starkey shows how the monarchy has shaped the history of British music in ways we can hear today, and demonstrates how much of British history is preserved within some of the nation’s best-loved tunes. While exploring what the monarchy has done for mus...
directed by Peter Sweasey, fl. 1993; composed by John Dowland, 1563-1626, William Byrd, 1540-1623, Thomas Tallis, Robert Wylkynson, Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547, Walter Lambe, 1450-1504, John Dunstaple, 1390-1453, Henry V, King of England, 1386-1422, Sir William Walton, 1902-1983 and George Frideric Handel, 1685-1759; conducted by David Skinner, Stephen Cleobury, 1948-, David Flood, Tim Johnson, Andrew Litton, 1959- and James O'Donnell, 1961-; presented by David Starkey, 1945-; produced by Peter Sweasey, fl. 1993, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Clare Wilkinson, David Miller, William Lyons and Andrew Lawrence-King, Westminster Abbey Choir, Fretwork, Eton College Chapel Choir, Choir of Canterbury Cathedral, St. James Baroque, The Band of the Life Guards, Alamire and Choir of King's College, Cambridge, in David Starkey's Music and Monarchy, Episode 1 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2013), 59 mins
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David Starkey's Music and Monarchy, Episode 2, Revolutions
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directed by Peter Sweasey, fl. 1993; composed by George Frideric Handel, 1685-1759, Jean-Baptiste Lully, 1632-1687, Pelham Humfrey, 1647-1674, William Child, 1606-1697, Henry Lawes, 1596-1662, William Lawes, 1602-1645, Simon Ives, 1600-1622, Thomas Tomkins, 1572-1656, Orlando Gibbons, 1583-1625 and Henry Purcell, 1659-1695; presented by David Starkey, 1945-; produced by Peter Sweasey, fl. 1993, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Simon Wall, Elin Manahan Thomas, Ashley Riches, William Purefoy, David Miller, Tim Mead, David Goode, fl. 1994, Julian Forbes, Carleton Etherington and Grace Davidson, Westminster Abbey Choir, Fretwork, Eton College Trebles, St. James Baroque, The Band of the Life Guards, Alamire and Academy of Ancient Music, in David Starkey's Music and Monarchy, Episode 2 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2013), 59 mins
Dr David Starkey's exploration of how the monarchy shaped Britain's music reaches the 17th century, when religious conflict threatened not only the lives of musicians and monarchs, but the future of the monarchy and the glorious tradition of British music itself. And yet, in the midst of this upheaval, royalty pre...
directed by Peter Sweasey, fl. 1993; composed by George Frideric Handel, 1685-1759, Jean-Baptiste Lully, 1632-1687, Pelham Humfrey, 1647-1674, William Child, 1606-1697, Henry Lawes, 1596-1662, William Lawes, 1602-1645, Simon Ives, 1600-1622, Thomas Tomkins, 1572-1656, Orlando Gibbons, 1583-1625 and Henry Purcell, 1659-1695; presented by David Starkey, 1945-; produced by Peter Sweasey, fl. 1993, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Simon Wall, Elin Manahan Thomas, Ashley Riches, William Purefoy, David Miller, Tim Mead, David Goode, fl. 1994, Julian Forbes, Carleton Etherington and Grace Davidson, Westminster Abbey Choir, Fretwork, Eton College Trebles, St. James Baroque, The Band of the Life Guards, Alamire and Academy of Ancient Music, in David Starkey's Music and Monarchy, Episode 2 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2013), 59 mins
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David Starkey's Music and Monarchy, Episode 3, Great British Music
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directed by Peter Sweasey, fl. 1993; composed by Charles Hubert Hastings Parry, 1848-, William Croft, 1678-1727, George Frideric Handel, 1685-1759 and Thomas Arne, 1710-1778; conducted by Sir Neville Marriner, 1924-2016, Hervé Niquet, 1957-, Sir Roger Norrington, 1934-, Roy Goodman, 1951-2014, Andrew Manze, Edward Higginbottom, Andrew Carwood, James O'Donnell, 1961- and Richard Egarr; presented by David Starkey, 1945-; produced by Peter Sweasey, fl. 1993, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Elin Manahan Thomas, Ashley Riches, William Purefoy, Tim Mead and Rebecca Bottone, Westminster Abbey Choir, Choir of St. Paul's Cathedral, St. James Baroque and Academy of Ancient Music, in David Starkey's Music and Monarchy, Episode 3 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2013), 58 mins
In this sumptuous four-part series, renowned historian David Starkey shows how the monarchy has shaped the history of British music in ways we can hear today, and demonstrates how much of British history is preserved within some of the nation’s best-loved tunes. While exploring what the monarchy has done for mus...
directed by Peter Sweasey, fl. 1993; composed by Charles Hubert Hastings Parry, 1848-, William Croft, 1678-1727, George Frideric Handel, 1685-1759 and Thomas Arne, 1710-1778; conducted by Sir Neville Marriner, 1924-2016, Hervé Niquet, 1957-, Sir Roger Norrington, 1934-, Roy Goodman, 1951-2014, Andrew Manze, Edward Higginbottom, Andrew Carwood, James O'Donnell, 1961- and Richard Egarr; presented by David Starkey, 1945-; produced by Peter Sweasey, fl. 1993, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Elin Manahan Thomas, Ashley Riches, William Purefoy, Tim Mead and Rebecca Bottone, Westminster Abbey Choir, Choir of St. Paul's Cathedral, St. James Baroque and Academy of Ancient Music, in David Starkey's Music and Monarchy, Episode 3 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2013), 58 mins
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David Starkey's Music and Monarchy, Episode 4, Re-Inventions
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directed by Peter Sweasey, fl. 1993; composed by Ralph Vaughan Williams, 1872-1958, Sir William Walton, 1902-1983, Sir Edward Elgar, 1857-1934, Charles Hubert Hastings Parry, 1848-, Orlando Gibbons, 1583-1625, Sir George Clement Martin, 1844-1916, Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan, 1842-1900, Walter Parratt, 1841-1924, Charles Villiers Stanford, 1852-1924, Henry Wood, 1869-1944, Felix Mendelssohn, 1809-1847, Albert, Prince Consort of Queen Victoria, 1819-1861, Gioacchino Rossini, 1792-1868 and Gustav Theodore Holst, 1874-1934; presented by David Starkey, 1945-; produced by Peter Sweasey, fl. 1993, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by David Owen Norris and Mary Bevan, 1986-, Westminster Abbey Choir, Choir of St. Paul's Cathedral and St. James Baroque, in David Starkey's Music and Monarchy, Episode 4 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2013), 58 mins
In this sumptuous four-part series, renowned historian David Starkey shows how the monarchy has shaped the history of British music in ways we can hear today, and demonstrates how much of British history is preserved within some of the nation’s best-loved tunes. While exploring what the monarchy has done for mus...
directed by Peter Sweasey, fl. 1993; composed by Ralph Vaughan Williams, 1872-1958, Sir William Walton, 1902-1983, Sir Edward Elgar, 1857-1934, Charles Hubert Hastings Parry, 1848-, Orlando Gibbons, 1583-1625, Sir George Clement Martin, 1844-1916, Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan, 1842-1900, Walter Parratt, 1841-1924, Charles Villiers Stanford, 1852-1924, Henry Wood, 1869-1944, Felix Mendelssohn, 1809-1847, Albert, Prince Consort of Queen Victoria, 1819-1861, Gioacchino Rossini, 1792-1868 and Gustav Theodore Holst, 1874-1934; presented by David Starkey, 1945-; produced by Peter Sweasey, fl. 1993, British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by David Owen Norris and Mary Bevan, 1986-, Westminster Abbey Choir, Choir of St. Paul's Cathedral and St. James Baroque, in David Starkey's Music and Monarchy, Episode 4 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2013), 58 mins
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FAIRY TALE
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edited by Unity Hall, fl. 1964; in Fabulous, 1 January 1966, Fab 208, 1 January 1966 (London, England: Fleetway Publications Limited, 1966)
edited by Unity Hall, fl. 1964; in Fabulous, 1 January 1966, Fab 208, 1 January 1966 (London, England: Fleetway Publications Limited, 1966)
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ONE GREAT SONG!
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edited by Betty Hale, fl. 1965; in Fab 208, 26 January 1980, Fab 208, 26 January 1980 (London, England: IPC Magazines, 1980)
edited by Betty Hale, fl. 1965; in Fab 208, 26 January 1980, Fab 208, 26 January 1980 (London, England: IPC Magazines, 1980)
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Great Minds with Dan Harmon, Episode 1, Ludwig Van Beethoven
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directed by Heath Cullens, fl. 2010-2017; presented by Dan Harmon, 1973-; produced by Starburns Industries and Matador Content, in Great Minds with Dan Harmon, Episode 1 (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 2016), 11 mins
In "Great Minds", Dan Harmon meets with the greatest minds of history for an in-depth conversation about their lives, followed by mini excursions out into the world. Dan is visited by Ludwig Van Beethoven (Jack Black), who shares the lyrics to his most famous compositions.
directed by Heath Cullens, fl. 2010-2017; presented by Dan Harmon, 1973-; produced by Starburns Industries and Matador Content, in Great Minds with Dan Harmon, Episode 1 (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 2016), 11 mins
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POP
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written by Pete Roche, fl. 1968; in Intro Magazine, 1967 October 21, Intro Magazine, 1967 October 21 (London, England: Odhams Press, 1967)
written by Pete Roche, fl. 1968; in Intro Magazine, 1967 October 21, Intro Magazine, 1967 October 21 (London, England: Odhams Press, 1967)
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THE SONG WRITERS
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written by Nik Cohn, 1946-; in Intro Magazine, 1967 October 28, Intro Magazine, 1967 October 28 (London, England: Odhams Press, 1967), 20-23
written by Nik Cohn, 1946-; in Intro Magazine, 1967 October 28, Intro Magazine, 1967 October 28 (London, England: Odhams Press, 1967), 20-23
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TWENTIETH CENTURY BOY
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written by Leon Huff, 1942-, Kenneth Gamble, 1943-, Sherman Kelly, 1943-, Phil Coulter, 1942-, Bryan Ferry, 1945-, Bill Martin, 1938-, Ian Sutherland, fl. 1973 and Marc Bolan, 1947-1977; in It's Here! And Now! No. 1, April 14th 1973, It's Here! And Now!, No. 1, April 14th 1973 (London, England: IPC Magazines, 1973), 18-21
written by Leon Huff, 1942-, Kenneth Gamble, 1943-, Sherman Kelly, 1943-, Phil Coulter, 1942-, Bryan Ferry, 1945-, Bill Martin, 1938-, Ian Sutherland, fl. 1973 and Marc Bolan, 1947-1977; in It's Here! And Now! No. 1, April 14th 1973, It's Here! And Now!, No. 1, April 14th 1973 (London, England: IPC Magazines, 1973), 18-21
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